Research and Evaluation in Service Learning: What Do We Need to Know?
by Richard P. Lipka - 1997
In this chapter I propose ways to achieve greater clarity in this area of research in service learning. Given the public nature of service learning, care must be taken during the life of a project to make data-based decisions that maintain fidelity to its expressed purposes. Examining the steps and procedures in gathering data is the purpose of this chapter.
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